This pastry shop in the historic center is always quite popular. It's worth stopping in during the morning to taste their breakfast specialties (try the croissants with custard or pistachio) accompanied by an intense, balanced espresso or a velvety cappuccino. Alternatively, you can choose from their nice selection of teas and herbal teas. The long counter is a feast for the eyes, showcasing pastries (such as cestini alla frutta, ricottine and cannoncini), biscuits and cakes. To accompany their aperitifs, they offer a small range of toasted sandwiches, tramezzini and small savory treats to nibble on over smalltalk. The space, which is longer than it is wide, features two pleasant outdoor dining areas. The atmosphere is well-maintained, the service courteous and professional. The same owners also manage the Dolce Caffè in via Lourdes.